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I General Manager Potter is cut- J proved generally. We will venture
tins down the clerical force at U. ;a suggestion that will be another
-: P- headquarters at Omaha with an impr0vement drop one of the
STEVENS & BARE, Editors axd Props. . unsparing hand. He finds, it is . w .
- i lf fn mpn doinn- work hv I names- " e cilP a go deal irom
; a complicated and useless system the G.-J., and want to give credit,
that can be done by three, ne is Dut tne nypnenatea name takes too
reducing the force about on that mUch time and italic.
average. btafe Journal. ' :
A discharge of about half of the The Northwestern Railway Co.
high-salaried and useless officials i will build a bridge at Sioux City
- .. . . . ...
I would be a greater saving. Cut j 1 be hrst step in connecting their
, " . " " . .' off a few of the fifteen and twenty i Iowa lines with Nebraska and
this Union Pacific m-L, j jh j n tu "NTm-fl Plntt
tnousaiiu. uunar men uuu uie M-uua.- -
SATUBDAY, MAY 21, 1887.
The labor troubles in Chicago
are in bad shape. The strikes will
be productive only of want and
suffering.
JWhat is
vcstigation
for.
? What
? ? ends on their investment.
years
know is
done
want
done uow
ten
to
ago?
What
what is
we
Stockville and Curtis have fought the
, first round in the Frontier count' scat
: contest and Stockvillfl has the best of it.
(In-roHn- The supreme court has sustained the
hftinor Tire Av PTncfincrc
,i , , . . . county commissioners in their refusal to
Journal has enlarged and is nn- call nn election to decide the matter.
LIST OF PKEMIUMS
if::.
OF THE
Lincoln County Fair to b hald Sept. 21, 22, 23 and 24, 1337,
CLASS A Horses, Mules and Asses.
1 SUFEBXXTKXDEKT D. A. )AKER
All statements made by exhibitors, and relied upon fur obtaining
preminm, n to ape. ownership unci in breeding, when in doubt, mut-t
bo veritied by affidavit
LOT l.-ROADSTJSRS.
& -af lKmbrncnc all strains ot horses especially de&iimeu lor the .roau;.
ewyle, action and breeding to be the tett. JiorocH for track purposes.
br'trained on the track, to be excluded from this lot.
.? STALUONS.
' Tlic iecial premiumn in this lot are offered by Wm. Neville.
5, .i
lJcfet ftallion 4 yeare old and over, to Itarness. dip. $5.00
r-tallion 3 years old and under i, to harness., f .00 dip. 5.00
btnlHon 2yir8 old and under 3 3.00 dip 3.00
etallion 1 year old and under 2 2.00 dip, 2.00
stallion sucking colt 1.00 dip. 2.00
Hcst mare i years and over $5.00 dip. $1.00
seldinp 4 years old and over, to harness 5.00 dip. J.00
mare or qelding 3 yrs & under 4, to harness. 4.00 dip
mare or gelding 2 yrs & under 3, to harness. 3.00 dip
maro or gelding 1 year and under 2 2.0o dip
mare or gelding sucking colt 2.00 dip. ....
LOT 2. CLYDESDALES.
The superintendent of this class and the awarding committee will
take into consideration the size, form, etc.. and make their awards
.accordingly.
STALLIONS.
Tlio special premiums in lots 2, 3, and 4, are offered by Guy A.
Jaing.
ZD ft
$5.00
5.00
Kest ftallion 4 ycirs old and over $5.00 dip
stallion 3 years old and under 1 4.00 dip.
LOT 3. PEUCHEHON NOKMAN.
Best stallion 4 years old and over $5.00
stallion 3 years old and under 4 4.00
LOT 4. CLEVELAND HAYS.
IJcst stallion ( years old and over $5.00
stallion 3 years old and under 4 4.00 ....
LOT. 5. GRADE GENERAL PURPOSE HORSES.
STALLIONS.
The special premiums in this lot arc offered by the State Bank of
North Platte.
$5.00
5 00
$5.00
Bc6t stallion 4 years old and over $5.00 $5.00
stallion 3 years old and under 4 3.00 3.00
stallion 2 years old and under 3 2.00 2.00
stallion 1 year old and under 2 1.00 1.00
stallion sncking colt 1.00 .... 1.00
MABES.
Best brood mare I years old and over $5.00 $4.00
mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 4.00 3.00
mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 3.00 1.00
mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 2.00
mars or gelding sucking colt 1.00
SPECIAL PREMIUM BY JOHN KEITH.
- For best horse or filly colt sired by my Imported Clydesdale.
"British Oak." The Services of Stallion for next Year.
LOT fi. GRADE DRAFT HORSES.
STALLIONS.
The special premiums in this lot are offered by the First National
Bank of North Platte.
Best stallion 4 year old and over $5.00 $5.00
stallion 3 years old and under 1 3.00 .... 3.00
stallion 2 years old and under 3 2.00 2.00
stalllion 1 year old and under 2 1.00 1.00
stallion sucking colt 1.00 1.00
MARES.
Best, brood mare 4 years old and over $5.00 dip. $4.00
mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 t.00 dip. 3.00
mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 3.00 dip. 3.00
mare or gelding one year old 2.00 dip. 2.00
maro or gelding sucking colt 1.00 dip. 1.00
mare or gelding team of draft horses, owned
byexhibitors 5.00 dip
DltAFT TEAMS
Best walkers with load 2,000 pounds $15.00. $10.00
pulling team 15.00. 10.00
Special Premium offered by W. D. Waldo.
LOT 7. -HORSES FOR ALL PURP
Best pair all pnrioso horses
LOT 8. SADDLE HORSES.
LOT 'J.--MULES AND ASSES.
Best jack of any age
pair of mules 3 years old and over
i 0
I.
$5.00 dip.
.$2.00 dip.
$5.00 dip.
. 5.00 dip.
CLASS B. Cattle.
SCrEKINTENDENT LOUIS BUKKE.
All animals contending for u premium in this class must show a
reliable iedigree, as recorded by American or English herd-books,
whkh must be Sled with the Superintendent of this class.
LOT l.-SHORT-HORNS.
Best bull 3 years old and over
boll 2 years old and under 3
$5.00 dip.
4.00 dip.
3.00 dip.
5 00 dip.
1.00 dip.
3.00 dip.
I
, A:
Special Premium offered by Jtcr 12 ell.
Best herd Short-Horns (not less than 1 bull, 4 cows or heifers.)
"owned by one person t $15.00
LOT 2. ABERDEEN-ANG US.
Bewl bull 3 years old and over $5.00
. boll 2 years old and under 3 T 4.00
ball 1 year old and under 2 3.00
cow 3 years old and over 5.00
cow or heifer 2 years old and under 3 4.00
beuer one year old and nnder 2 3.00
Special Premium offered by J. G. Jlupfer.
Beet herd of Aberdeen-Angus (not less than 1 buU, i heifers or cows,)
owned by one person $15.00
LOT 3. HEREFORD.
Best bull 3 years old and over $5.00 dip.
,'f - - bull 2 years old and under 3 4.00 dip.
v r bnUljear old and under 2 3.00 dip.
, cow 3 years old and over 5.00 dip.
; cow or heifer 2 years old and under 3 4.00 dip.
heifer 1 year old and under 2 2.00 dip.
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Special Premium Offered by M. C- .".
Best herd Herefonl'6 (not less than 1 bull and 4 cows and
heifers) owned by one person
. - LOL 4. DEYONS.
Beet baU 3 years old and over $5.00
bull 2 years old and under 3 4.00
bull 1 year old and under 2 3.00
cow 3 years old and over 5.00
cow or heifer 2 years old and under 3 4.00
heifer 1 year old and under 2 3.00
herd (not less than five, 1 bull 4 cows or heifers)
owned by one person 6.00
LOT 5. HOLSTEIN .
Bert bnll 3 years old and over $5.00
bull 2 years old and under 3 4.00
boll 1 year old and under 2 3.00
cow 3 years old and over 3.00
cow or heifer 2 years old and under 3 4.00
heifer 1 year old and under 2 . . . 3.00
herd (not lees than Ave, 1 bull, 4 cows or heifers)
pwned by one person..... 6.00
,$i.-.oo
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
LOT 6. JERSEY AND ALDERNY.
Best bull 3 years old and over $5.00 dip.
bull 2 j ears old and under 3 4.00 dip.
bull 1 year old and under 2 . 3.00 dip.
cow 3 years old and over 5.00 dip.
cow or heifer 2 years old and under S 4.00 dip.
heifer ono year old and under 2 3.00 dip.
LOT 7. GRADE CATTLE.
Best milk cow, any age or breed, 3 years or over $5.00 dip.
grade heifer 1 year old and under 2 2.00 dip.
herd (not less than 6 cows or heifers) 5.00 dip.
Special Premium Offered by IF. I). Waldo.
Bet?l bull any age or breed $7.r0
'dip.
dip.
dip.
dip..
CLASS C Sheep. ?
Superintendent Clach LIylanuek.
LOT 1. LONG WOOLS.
Best ram 2 years old and over $2.00
rami year old and under 2 ..v 00
ram Iamb under 1 year old dip.
pen of three ewes, 2 years old and over 2.00
j wn of three ewes, 1 year old and under 2 2.00
pen of three ewes, under 1 year old dip
LOT 2.-F1NE WOOLS.
Best ram 2 years old and over $2.00 dip.
ram 1 year old and under 2 2.00 dip.
ram lamb under 1 year old clip
pen of three ewes, 2 years old and over 2.00 dip.
pen of three ewes, 1 year old and nnder 2 2.00 dip.
iwn of three ewes, under 1 year old dip
LOT 3. CROSSES OF ANY BREED.
Best nun 2 years old and over $2.00 dip
nun 1 year old and under 2 2.00 dip.
ram lamb under 1 year old dip
pen of throe ewes. 2 years old and over 2.00 dip.
txm of three ewes. 1 year old and under 2 2.00 dip.
pen of three ewes, under one 1 year old dip
Special Prcmin a Ojl'ered by J. Q. Th acker
Best display of sheep .-..$5.00
CLASS B.Sinnr.
Sopekintendent L. Thoelecke.
LOT1. BEUXSHIRES.
Beut boar one year old and over $3.00
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
boart? months and under 1 year old 3.00
boar pig 2 and under 6 'uontlts old 2.00
sow 1 year and over 3.00
sow 15 and under 12 months old 3.00
sow 2 and nnder fi months old 2.00
sow and sncking pigs, not less than 5 (two months
old or under) to show breeding qualities of sow 3.00
LOT 2. POLAND CHINA.
Moore and Mngec are classed under this head as Poland China,
Best boarl year and over $3.00 dip.
boar over months and under 12 months old 3.(X)
boar pig 2 and under (5 months old 2.00
sow 1 year old and over 3.00
sow 6 and under 12 months old 3.00
sow 2 and under 6 months old 2.00
sow and mucking pigs not less than rive (2 months
old or under) to show breeding quality of sow 3.00
IX)T3.-ESSEX.
Best boar 1 year old and over $3.00
boar over 6 and under 12 mouths old 3.00
boar pig over 2 and under 6 months old 2.00
sow 1 year old and over 3.00
sow'ti and under 12 months old 3.00
sow 2 and under 6 months old 2.00
sow and sucking pigs, not less than 5, to show
breeding quality of sow :'.00
LOT 4.-RED JEBSEY.
Best hoar 1 year and over $3.00
boar ft months and under 1 year 3.00
boar 2 months and under fi 2.00
sow 1 year old and over 3.00
sowfj months old and under 12 3.00
sow and sucking pigs, not less than 5, (2 months
old or under) to show breeding quality of sow 3.00
Special Premium Ojf'e.red by Cfta. McDonald.
For the best pair of pigs from 4 to fi 111 oat lis old
Special Premium. Offered by The Tribune.
For best thoroughbred sow and litter of pigs, not less than
five pigs Tin: Tbibune 1 year and $H..'XJ
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
dip.
(lip.
dip.
dij.
dip.
dip.
(lip.
dip.
dip
dip.
dip.
dip. '
dip.
dip,
dip.
..$10.00
CLASS E.-
Sur-EBINTEXDENT. . .
Poultry.
..It. A. Hess.
domestic geese.
wild geese
ducks
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
Note. The judges will take into consideration theageofthe
fowls on awarding premiums.
Special Premium, offered by The 'Tribune.
For best display of ioultry by one exhibitor,
TirETni3UNE 1 year and cash $3..Vi
buff Cochins
Plymouth Rock
black, white crested Poland.
Dominique
pea fowls
brown Leghorns
white Leghorns
2d Best.
$1.00 50
. t.00 50
,. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
. I. 00 50
. 1.00 50 -
.. l.OO' 50
,. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
. 1 00 50
. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
.1.00 r.o
. 1.00 50
.1.00 50
. 1.00 :.o
. 1.00 50
. 1.00 50
CLASS F. Farm Machinery.
Sutebintendext J.N. Bickal.
LOT 1.
Best two horse plow j Diploma
one horse plow
shovel plow
plow for old ground
breaking plow
gang plow ,..
reaper
mower
combined reaper and mower
corn planter
horse hay rake
sheUer
roller do
cultivator do
stalk cutter do
hay and straw cnutter.
grain harvester .T.. .
self-binder do
haystacker 1 do
horse power 1 '. do
separator do
horsepower corn sheUer do
wind power pump
farm gate
wind mUl ." do
chum '. do
pump for well
buggy
farm wagon
spring wagon
grinder
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
The failure of Swan Bros, does not
effect any one in this city In a business
way. A year or two ago they owed M.
C. Keith a large amount but it has been
paid. Mr. Keith, it is stated, owns stock
in the South Omaha stock yards deal, but
the Swan's interest there was so small
that it is hardly considered by .the Com
pany. Those well informed in this city
believe that the firm will soon be able to
resume, If given time by the creditors, as
their nssests in land and cattle must be
nearly equal to the indebtedness
NOTICE.
Xofice is hereby given that ail persons
depositing dead animals or other refuse or
oeifnsivc matter in the rivers or near the
highways in Lincoln County will be pro
secuted" to the extent of tltc law. And all
persons owning premises where such
carcases are deposited will be held re
sponsible if the same are not buried im
mediately. "By order of the County Board.
Best and largest display of machinery $3.00 and dip.
LOT 2.
Best sewing machine. Diploma
knitting machine do
Conchcded next tceekr
00YAI
POWDER
AbsplutetylPure.
This powder nsver.variea.- A-marvel of purity,
strength and wholesbmeness. More economical
4han the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude- of low test, short
weight alum or 'phosphate powders.- Sold only
in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.. I0t Wall
Street. New York.
For garden friiit call at Ries'.
t'i1' c-jriiiiciz.; of
thousands suffenry l.t-v.i Asil:mr, Con
sumption, Coughs, v':'. li'i ycu ever try
Acker's English 3? -';? Ji is tlio best
preparation known f-.r'sU'T'Ving-Troiibles,
sold 011 a positive guarantee at 10c.s 50c
AtThacker's Drug store.
0m
.Al. f. streitz,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A .NT) ' DEALER IX
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
"Wall Paper, ,
WINDOW G-LASS A.JNTD BUXJSECE.
Agent for Sherwin & Williams Mixed Paints and the Diamond
Brand Faints.
Corner Sixt h and Spruce Streets.
onway
& Keith,
DEALERS IX
I fiardware: and fTcirnilare.
Have the exclusive sale in this city of the
The best mill manufactured.
FOR SALE BY
feted!
HlflY fit Co..
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NORTH PLATTE. NEB.
0. PATTEliSQX.Pret.
A. n.fiUIJKWOHTU, Treasurer:
ISAAC 1J1LL0X, Tire Pret
LESTER BELLS. Sectary.
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CAPITAL - - SI 00,000.
LOAN AND TRUST CO
. OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,
First Mortgage Farm Loans Made in Lincoln and adjoining
Counties. Money on hand to close loans promptly.
wxliLj BEG-iisr Busijsnass may i, ?sr
OFFICE -IS" LAXD OFFICE BLOCK. OPPOSITE DEPOT.
NORTH PLATTE, . NEBRASKA.
Is At A
In the history of your life
could you purchase a
WATCH
for as little money as you can
now. Drop in and see me.
IcEVOY, THE IEW
(Licensed Jeweler for the U. P. IJv.
T
We have them with both high and low oven. This
is the only stove with movable low oven that van
be used for baking, washing, etc. Other low
ovens are stationary and, can only be used, for
baking. We handle these stoves tvith from ona
to six barners; no other stove has more than four
burners. Another advantage or safeguard is that
the tank cannot be tiled while one or more
barners are ligh ted.
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ANY DESIRED QUANTITY.
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Kiflh Street, Cor. Locust, Opposite IJ:iptit Uliurcli,
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IS OPEX AGAIN WITH A FULL LINE OF
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PNEUMATIC 3-BUEHEE EANQ
The Pneumatic Range does away entirely with the elevated tank, and
iu its place uses a-3-i-inch seamless brass tube tank at the rear, entirely
under the top. giving protection, and below the level of the burner orifice,
with a perfectly tight glass end. at the oven end of the ranire. making it
possible at all times to see exact quantity of oil in same, with filler fun
nel at operating end. The method of lighting is uniciue. It overcomes
entire!- the smoke and odor of burning gasoline in a drv cup Perfect-
y simple, with no intricate parts likely to get out of order: strongly
made, with all brass tubes and Union counliiiL's. The Pneumatic will
not puff or blow when properlv lighted, allowing the Generator to be
come thoroughly hot. Sold in" North Platte only by
Hinman's Block. Front Street,
of every description.
hiabitbss o x
CONSTANTLY ON DRAUGHT.
Concord Harness
ON THE SIDE.
Blankets Knocked all to Pieces.
Horse
Come one. come all, and be convinced that we have the largest, best and
cheapest stock of harness and saddlery goods in tlie citv.
C. HAWKINS & BROS'.
( successors to Hawkins & rearsc.)
Spruce Street, next to Conway & Keith,
DiTosEtaa.. E'lsitte, - nreloxasfeai.:

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